ICE Endex is now a fully owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), following ICE’s acquisition of the remaining 20 per cent stake of ICE Endex shares from NV Nederlandse Gasunie.
Malta’s new institutional securitisations market will strengthen its competitive position in Europe, says MPG
Malta’s launch of its Institutional Securitisations Market (ISM) later this year will put the country on a competitive footing in the sector with Luxembourg and Dublin, according to Managing Partners Group (MPG), the international asset management group.
Jaisal Pastakia, Investment Manager at Heartwood Investment Management comments on the sate of the healthcare and biotech sectors…
Intercontinental Exchange sets new volume records in Short Sterling futures and FTSE 100 Index futures
Intercontinental Exchange has reported a new daily volume record of 3.35 million contracts for the Three Month Sterling (Short Sterling) futures contract set on 15 June, 2017. The previous record was 2.89 million contracts set in June 2014.
Fenics Market Data, BGC's Market Data division, has agreed to a distribution partnership with OTC energy brokerage Amerex Brokers (Amerex), whereby Fenics Market Data will provide Amerex energy-focused market data products to its customer base.
Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, and Bill Street, head of investment for EMEA at State Street Global Advisors, offer their views on the UK general election result…
Isle of Man-based IQE Securities Sponsor Services Limited has been approved as a Listing Member of The International Stock Exchange (TISE).
Equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs is to launch a secondary market this summer. The firm writes that for five years, equity crowdfunding has democratised early-stage equity investment, providing a new demographic of investors with the opportunity to invest in ambitious entrepreneurial businesses.
James Williams interviews Renaud Champion (pictured), Head of Credit Strategies at La Française Investment Solutions.
James Williams writes that a report by Canadian bank Setter Capital has found that the global secondary market for alternative assets shrank slightly in 2016.